In Karamo: My Story of Embracing Purpose, Healing, and Hope, “Queer Eye”’s culture expert shares his story for the first time, exploring how the challenges in his own life have allowed him to transform the lives of those in need.
From the actor, singer, and performer best known for originating the role of Elder Price in “The Book of Mormon” and playing Elijah Krantz in HBO’s “Girls” comes Too Much is Not Enough: A Memoir of Fumbling Toward Adulthood.
Are you doing enough to make the world a better place? Dr. Erica Brown speaks with Ruth Messinger, an iconic social justice activist and former president of the American Jewish World Service, and Sarah Hurwitz, the former chief speechwriter for First Lady Michelle Obama, about the intersection between Judaism, spirituality, and social justice.
On the occasion of the paperback release of the New York Times bestseller Make Trouble, the author and former president of Planned Parenthood speaks to other women leaders about standing up, speaking out, and finding the courage to lead.
In her new book, Outer Order, Inner Calm, Rubin tackles the challenges of clearing clutter to help create a more peaceful, pleasant, and orderly environment, and in turn make for happier, healthier, and more productive lives.
In Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, Gottlieb—a psychotherapist and the “Dear Therapist” columnist for The Atlantic—takes us behind the scenes of a therapist’s world where her patients are looking for answers (and so is she).